Author Topic: VIST bindings and plates  (Read 1411 times)


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Re: VIST bindings and plates
« on: February 07, 2007, 07:17:42 am »
I am not sure whether your post needed a reply. The system is so simple that it is a matter of seconds to transfer the binding between skis and seconds (even mid slope) to change the ride position. I tend to experiement most with my Rotors as they defintiely handle harder snow and bumps better in the more centred position (one position forward) than the normal 'ride' position which is perfect for longer turns in powder and crud.

Like I said if you get yourself to Keystone/ Vail/ Beaver Creek you can have a look and a ski and see what you think - although you may then develop a very expensive Stockli addiction.